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SPA Presidium Officials Start Expedition to Mt Paektu Revolutionary Battle Sites

Officials of the Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly started an expedition to revolutionary battle sites in the area of Mt Paektu with due meeting held at the plaza before the statue of Chairman Kim Jong Il in Samjiyon City on Sunday.

After leaving Samjiyon City, the expedition group arrived at the Mupho Bivouac via the Monument to the Poem at the Fork to Mt Paektu along the historic road Chairman Kim Jong Il made the snowy march in the van in February Juche 88 (1999).

The participants in the expedition made rounds of several places of the bivouac, recollecting the revolutionary exploits of President Kim Il Sung who laid down the operational policy on advancing into the area of Taehongdan during a day-camp by leading the main force of the Korean People’s Revolutionary Army in May, Juche 28 (1939).

After touring the Mupho Angling Site, where Kim Jong Il matured his far-sighted plan to model the whole society on Kimilsungism, they went to the Taehongdan Revolutionary Battle Site.

Looking up to the statue of Kim Il Sung of the Monument to the Victorious Battle of Musan Area, they cherished the image of Kim Il Sung as the heaven-sent great man who had under his thumb the gangster-like Japanese imperialists armed to the teeth with his superb strategy and matchless pluck.

They, after touring the Sinsadong Revolutionary Battle Site on the same day, held a meeting around a campfire and a meeting to hear impressions of the reminiscences of anti-Japanese guerillas at the outdoor camping site on the first night.

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